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Sabrina Goodman




Sabrina began studying dance at the ripe age of three in Fredericksburg, VA!  Growing up, Sabrina’s primary focus was ballet, tap and lyrical. Her performance credits include the title role of the Sugar Plum Fairy in Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker, The Liliac Fairy in Sleeping Beauty and Kitri in Don Quixote.   Sabrina attended the International Ballet Festival and had the privilege of taking class from a legendary prima ballerina, Gelsey Kirkland.    A whole new world of dance opened for her when she received a scholarship, as a high school senior, to study modern dance at Mary Washington College under the direction of an Alvin Ailey dancer, Eugene Roscoe.  Sabrina decided then that dance was something she would continue to pursue for a lifetime and that the education opportunities were endless!


Sabrina graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2001 with a marketing degree and dance minor.  While at VCU, Sabrina was able to build on her own repertoire in other dance genres such as Jazz, Hip-Hop, African, Improvisation and even Ballroom.  She had the opportunity to study with faculty favorites Chris Burnside, Frances Wessels and Melanie Richards as well as renowned guest artists Ron Brown and David Grenke.    In addition, she completed her marketing internship with VCU’s Department of Dance working on special promotions and publicity for their Spring Season.  Sabrina also spent 13 seasons as an instructor with Martinique School of Dance.


Dance has always had a special place in Sabrina's heart, however she has another great love, her family.  Sabrina and her husband, Dan, have two joyful, adorable little boys, Adam & Xavier and a sweet little ballerina, Sloane.  Being a Mom has brought much love, laughter, and excitement into her life. 


Sabrina’s love for dance, extensive background, and true care for her students, makes her a one-of-a-kind instructor!    She is looking forward to another fun-filled, exciting season at Legacy School of Dance as a dance teacher and dance mom!



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